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catholic school in maryland. five football players have been kicked out of school. the scandal unfolded last weekend when players were accused of hiring prostitutes. tony tull joins us live from the field in annapolis where tonight's -- >> jim and doreen, we brought you that information at 235k that those kids had been expelled, and also spoke to you about whether or not they'll be able to attend hool. the answer is, yes, they will be able to attend public school. a live look light now, dematha set to take on calvert has. but it was a phone call last saturday that set in motion the expulsion of those five kids. >> i support the school. i'm behind the coach and the coaches staff. i'm going to assume that the administrators did everything they could to make sure that things are going to go properly.
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>> the school community is saddened and hurt by the actions of these few who do not reflect the character of the community. >> the principal alleged accusations that five players called three prostitutes. the school says 65 players were on the trip, chaperoned by 18 results and that routine bed checks were done. mcmahon also added that the last hall check was at 4:30 a.m. >> the incident referred to in the newspaper occurred after 5:00 a.m. the school first learned of it on tuesday afternoon and began an investigation. >> as of this afternoon, a school spokesperson told news4 that all five students have been expelled. one thing is clear, though, the parents and school are lending support to the football staff. >> the school stands behind or coach, elijah brooks, his staff. >> i'm sure they did -- kids
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will be kids sometimes, and they're young and makes mistake. hopefully they can move on. >> reporter: and if you're unfamiliar with dematha's and it's powerhouse football program, byron westbrook, josh wilin, byron westbrook, stitch smith, tony page, so you can imagine how this has rocked it. set to take on calvert hall here in annapolis. tony tull, news4. four players suspended in the nfl's bounty investigation can return to the football field, two of them might be playing against bark this weekend. an appeals panel said nfl commissioner roger goodell overstepped his bounds in the program that paid cash bonuses for hits tt injured opponents. jonathan vilma and will smith are affected. the saints play the redskins on
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sunday in new orleans. dan hellie will have more on how the weekend game will shape up. also tonight, illinois congressman jesse jackson jr. looks like he could be back at work soon. one of his aides announced jackson is back in washington, d.c. he collapsed at his home back in june, then took an unexplained medical leave of absence. doctors revealed he was undergoing treatment for bipolar disorder, and he's up for reelection this november. new job number out today didn't deliver what the white house or people out of work hope to see. in august employer added far fewer jobs than economists were expecting. as nbc's danielle lee reports, the slower job growth could have a big impact on this election. >> reporter: these are the workest both candidates are trying to reach, people like
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dominic, who just got hired. >> i think i happened to be lucky. but i know there's a lot of people struggling. >> and those still unemployed and disappointed by the lack of jobs created in august. just 96 those, down from 140,000 in july. >> i'm trying to remain optimistic. >> one day after accepting his party's nomination, president obama is campaigning in new hampshire. he acknowledged room for improvement while putting a positive spin on the economy. >> business once again added jobs for the 30th month in a row. that's not good enough. we know it's not good enough. we need to create more jobs faster. >> reporter: the unemployment rate has been above 8% for 43 consecutive months. it dipped slightly last month, as many people stopped looking for work. in iowa, republican presidential candidate mitt romney used those numbers to attack obama's record. >> he said by this time we would be at 5.4% unemployment.
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instead we're about 8%. you know the difference that that makes? 9 million people. >> reporter: two sides to one report that's sure to have voters talking. economists say 200,000 new jobs need to be created a month to lower of the unemployment rate. on capitol hill, i'm danielle lee, news4. and rom ann romney came to leesburg, and sat down with julie carey for a one-on-one chat. she shares her opinion on how her husband and the obamas fared. that's coming up in our next half hour. the teenage who pleaded guilty to killing hi neighbor will serve the maximum sentence. he was sentenced to 60 years in prison today. he pleaded guilty in april, and first degree burglary and theft. police say that fitz admitted stabbing thelma steele several
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times. and he returned to her home later that day and stole her purse. the husband of a former mayor in northern virginia, convicted of sexually abusing young girls learned his fate today. michael gardner got 22 years in prison. for him, the case isn't over. richard jordan joins us from the newsroom with more. richard? >> doreen, gardner didn't flinch when the -- the victims feel justice is done. because of the nature of the crimes e. were not identified them. >> robbing it gardner defense her husband. will spend more than two decades in prison for abusing their daughters ease friends. two 10-year-olds say they inappropriately touched them. the victims ease parents say the
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girls told the truth. >> if you're a kid, you've got to talk to your parents, and if if you're a parent, you've got to believe your kids. it's crucial to believe your kids the moment they speak up. >> reporter: but michael gardner denies it. he said in court -- i have been falsely accused and wrongfully convicted of crimes i did not commit. a cry for help from one distressed child. that miscarrying has cast us into darkness. >> i'm not distressed, my children are not here. they know their father will be in prison unless the appeals are successful, until, as they say, the age of their grandfather. that distresses them. >> reporter: the prosecutors pointed out the convicted sex offender never accepted responsibility or showed remorse, but the victims' parents say that's something that will likely never happen.
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>> i don't think he has the ability within himself to admit what he truly is. >> michael gardner will serve 22 years in prison followed by three years probation. his attorney says he will appeal. the pastor of a local church is vowing to carry on their work despite a braising daytime robbery. d.c. police released 24 surveillance video. the robbery happened at st. stephen. the pastor who was in the church sang wear spoke to news4's jackie bensen today? >> our doors are open to people who come. we are here for them, and we will remain here for them. >> the gunman took off with
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personal property. he's still at large tonight. a d.c. police captain was arrested this week and accused of assaulting his wife in the back of a moving car. according to court records, lamar west and his wife were arguing in the backseat when he began choking her about 3:00 monday morning in upper marlboro. the driver of the car stopped, another passenger pulled west out of the backseat holding him down under police got there. west has been charged with second-degree assault. d.c. police haven't commented on his status with the department. officials are taking more action to ease the chronic flooding problem. the city is putting new stormwater retention devices in the neighborhood. residents can get hip installing rain barrels, and officials may install new storm drains. these are short-term solutions, as the city tries to work out a larger plan. it has flooded several times this summer. >> is there more in store?
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big changes could be on the way. storm team 4 chief meteorologist doug kammerer is here with more. >> and guys, with this next round, it will not be a flooding situation, that's good news, but could mean damaging winds. out there right now a gorgeous evening, a bit on the humid side. it's going to stay warm and humid, but it's a little more comfortable as the sun goes down. to not around the metro area now, but that will change tomorrow. take a look at the thunderstorms ba to the west. numerous thunderstorms watching from pittsburgh all the way back down into portions of oklahoma. this is a big line of severe weather. we could see some of that severe weather on our doorstep tomorrow afternoon. when, in my forecast. thank you, do you doug. school is out for the superintendent. today was the last day on the job for superintendent bill hite, the school board earlier granted his request.
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he was already named interim superintendent. he has experience working in school districts in d.c., arlington, chicago and boston. >> several schools in our region are among the best in the nation. it includes blessed sacrament, along with mckinley technology high school. in maryland the department recognized croften meadows, rachel carson elementary, st. peter's school, and white haul in buoy. in virginia, a list includes arlington traditional, and holy control. the national blue ribbon programs recognizes schools where students achieve, or where the achievement gap is narrowing. coming up, a pair of deadly earthquakes rattled china, and there may be a reason why these kinds of quakes did so much damage. a love triangle, a plane hoax, and an arrest.
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at least 64 people are dead after a series of earthquake in southwestern china today, the first 5.6 magnitude quake was centered near the yunan province. more than 700 people were injured, 100,000 have been relocated. the quakes caused landslides in remote areas preventing rescuers from getting to people. seismologists say because it is quakes were shallow, they caused significantly more damage. a suspect is charged in yesterday's airplane hoax.
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authorities say the suspect and victim were involved in a lovers' triainge the, but jay gray reports that the man at the center of the hoax ended up in jail anyway. >> no comment. no comment. >> reporter: chris shell had little to say. plenty of people are talking about his wild ride over the last 24 hours. it started yesterday when the u.s. airways flight turned into fp. >> several fbi and atf agencies came in from the back of the plane, walked up to the middle of the plane and pointed guns at a tim lard passengers. >> that passengers washington shell, pulled from the plane after a phone called warned airport police he was trying to carry explosives onto the plane. >> we checked him and determined that he was not in the possession of anything dangerous, hazardous or illegal.
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>> officers called it a nasty trick, a hoax carried out on shell's 29th birthday. >> whoever it is, they should be held accountable. >> shell pointed the finger at kenneth smith, the new boyfriend of an ex-girlfriend. but it was shell who found himself in a compromising position when he finally landed at dfw airport late yesterday, where officers against were waiting on the tarmac. all the publicity caught the attention of police in texas where shell faced arrest warrants after missing court appearances. >> no comment, just let me alone, please. >> reporter: this afternoon he posted bond and walked out jail with the same carry-on and clothes on the initial trip, a bizarre trip that ultimately landed him a night behind bars.
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jay gray, nbc news, dallas. now, if convicted, the defendant faces a maximum ten years in prison, a fine of up to $250,000, and possible restitution. some drama there. doug's here with a look at our weather. kind of warm out there, but fall is on the way, sent it. >> nice and cool now in the studio. doreen comes in, it cools things down. i love it. i love it. thank you, doreen. >> i like it cooler. >> all right -- >> not so much at home. >> team cool. >> weigh in. another very hot and humid d out there right now, plenty of sunshine, and we are starting to cool a bit. that means very nice conditions throughout the rest of the evening, if you're thinking about heading to the nats park.
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89 degrees, severe weather tomorrow, i do think we have a high probability of some severe weather. maybe damaging winds, too. 86 degrees right now, a duped of 70. anytime you're at 70, we do have a files breeze out of the south at 14 miles per hour that. wind will pick up tomorrow ago well. 87 downs towards la plata, and a little cooler, low 80s down along the chesapeake, where we do have a bay influence there. a couple storms firing up. also over towards washington and frederick county, seeing some stormyness here. this storm had had some lightning associated with t. right along 70 here. they're starting to see some showers, nothing too heavy, but fairly heavy downpours, just not seeing the strong thunderstorms. that will change tomorrow, with this system. take a look at the severe thunderstorm watch, as you see them in the pink from pittsburgh
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all the way through cincinnati to st. louis. a very strong front will make its way through the region tomorrow. that front will give us a good chance to severe weather. this is from storm prediction center, showing that we do have a slight risk of severe thunderstorms. what that means is a 30% chance of severe thunderstorms. in the moderate risk, that's above a 50% chance. we're going to see a very good chance of strong to severity storms tomorrow afternoon, timingwise, let's break it down for you. this is right around 5:00 -- so between 84 and 6, a bit earlier to the west. but i do think we'll see it between the late afternoon hours and once again the biggest threat will be the severe thunderstorms. you're talking about brief heavy rain, maybe a downpour, and then out of here, but damaging wind is the biggest threat. so if you see these storms, you want to make sure you get inside very, very quickly.
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the good news is they will pass very quickly, and then behind the system tomorrow night, it becomes gorgeous, and sunday, sunday will be a spectacular day for plen of sunshine. a few closures warm and humid. tomorrow morning, starting off on a good note, i think, temperatures between 64 and 72. tomorrow afternoon those winds will start to kick up between 15 and 25 miles per hour, but they could be gusting to 50 and 60 during those storms during the afternoon, to once again, keep a watchful eye on the sky. 79 on your sunday, then these probably.nicest stretch of weather we have seen in quite some time. plenty of sunshine, highs a bit below average. cool at night, we're talking some areas in the upper 40s in the extreme cooler suburbs.
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that's pretty good. >> and no sign of showers the whole week? >> not right now. nasa's mars rover is ready to test out tools that will help take soil samples. new pictures show how busy the rover has been. take a look at this image shot from a satellite up above the planet. it shows the rover curiosity making its way along the martian service. it shows scorch marks from the rockets that help of rover land. it will spend the next two years on mars. that's a cool picture. weekend work on the metro may be painful now, but we're going to tell you about the bick payoff down the road. >> the iconic hope art work has landed the artist in some trouble. coming up in sports, suddenly things a little tougher for the redskins as they get
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ready for the saints. how about some magic in baltimore, and at nats park, smashes fly. heavy load in america. but mitt romney plan, a middle class to $2,000 more a year in taxes. multi-millionaires like himself hits the middle class harder... bigger break. forward for america? this message.
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breaking news on the murder of a 22-year-old mother from d.c. we just learned a man named joseph jones is under arrest in the death of shavon phillips. her body was found last month. her apartment was also broken into. heads up tonight for metro riders. metro will begin a major maintenance project expecting to last through the weekend. >> several stations will close. jackie bensen is at judiciary square with what you need to
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know. >> doreen, this is one of the most significant maintenance-related closures in recent memory. it starts at 10:00 tonight. if you plan on getting anywhere taking the red line after 10:00 friday night, be prepared to be patient. startings 10:00 p.m., free shuttle buses will replace trains. some stations will be closed they are farragut north, judiciary square, and dupont station. they'll only come and go from the shady grove direction. the reason for the closure, something riders have complained about for a long time. improving cell phone service in the tunnels. >> their contractors are coming in to stall cable that's very thick co-ax cable in the tunnel walls and through the stations
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to provide seamless wireless coverage. >> for this group of college interns, metro has become the go-to way to get around. >> i had no idea about the construction, actually. we take the metro to work every, and actually i have no idea about the construction at all. >> the three of us just move here a week and a half ago skts so we rely on the red line for getting us everywhere. >> reporter: there are two washington nationals games this weekend, of course the groan line is unaffected, but if you take the red line to get to the green line, you will be riding a shuttle bus. jackie bensen, notify. traffic is about to get bessier in just a few hours woodmont avenue is going to shut down, a big piece of it. the construction is expected to take nearly two years. crews are building two high-rise buildings and underground
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parking. planners say the project will triple the numbers of projects available. it was supposed to start on tuesday, but it was pushed back. in virginia meanwhile, drivers will have an easier and safer way to get to the beltway. a new fly-over ramp opens tomorrow, connecting driver directly to the north and southbound sides. currently you have to change multiple lanes to get to the beltway. with this new ramp, it won't be necessarily. it's only for traffic exiting the dulles access road. today we learned the name of a woman killed in this horrific crash yesterday on i want-95 and fairfax. 29-year-old sarah jones of woodbridge, virginia died at the scene. she merged onto the highway from morton road, the truck was loaded with 20,000 pounds of carpet. it went down that embankment and jackknifed. the truck driver suffered minor
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injuries. five football players have been expected for become accused of bringing prostitutes into a hotel room. there were 65 players and 18 chaperones on the trip. officials say they need the prostitutes into their room. >> new numbers are out tonight. u.s. employer added just 96,000 jobs lasts month. live right now, the president's compare appearance in iowa city is set to get under way. he will be defending his plan as making problem, but not quickly enough. a.j. romney campaigned for her husband in northern virginia today.
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she sat down with julie carey for a one on one talk. she shared house her husband and the obamas fared whether they took the stage. >> so many components of his life experience that have prepared him for this moment. >> reporter: that's just one of the many arguments she's eager to make. she's emerged as an energetic forceful advocate. today alone she led the rally, did multiple satellite interviews and spoke one on one with news4. >> i really hope that americans and virginians in particular have a serious thought and say this guy is very competent, he's a good person. he's done a lot of turnarounds, let's give him the keys to car and see if he can't get this engine going. >> her speech was widely
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praised. what was her take on the acceptance advice? >> what did you think of the president's address? >> you know, i went to bed, keeping my beauty sleep. i usually am in bed by about 10:00 myself. >> reporter: but she watched excerpts. >> i wanted to hear talking about what happened with the broken promises, and, you know, hi really didn't have answers for how we're going to get through this. >> reporter: first lady michelle obama. >> i got the clips in the morning. i thought she did a great job. >> reporter: ann romney's job is to help her husband better connect with women, and as analysts say to humanize him. >> because of the attacks made on him, i'm not surprised, but it's also part of him, not to talk about the piece of how he helps others. he does these things, but guess what? that's not who he is. he doesn't talk about those
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things. so that's my job. >> reporter: ann romney is expected to keep up a busy campaign pace, working to bridge that gap between her husband and female voters. as re watch up today, she said i know i'll be back in virginia. >> so will her husband. mitt romney campaigns in virginia beach tomorrow. mitt romney, that's sunday morning at 10:30 here on nbc4. after a long legal battle, the man behind the iconic pottser of president obama has sentenced. shepard ferry will pay $25,000 and spend two years probation. the red white and blue image became popular during the '08 campaign, but the press said it was based on a photo by an a.p. photographer. he later admitted he lied and
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tried to cover up his mistake. to a rare find earlier this morning a bottom bought a painting and later discovered the work is valued at about $100,000, as derrick ward reports now, it wasn't ethe art that caught the buyer's eye. >> reporter: this painting hasn't been displayed since 1996. she was an enthusiastic collector. from there the trail goes cold. >> its whereabouts have been unknown. >> reporter: but it did show up in a flea market among some massachusetts knickknacks, and had got the attention of one of the browsers there, though not for the art itself. >> i bought it for the frame. >> reporter: she doesn't want her identity revealed, but she's never got to an estate sale. she figures the most she would
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get a a frame. >> i started to rip it apart, and i was like, maybe i should way. >> luckily the woman's mother urged her to get it aprayed. it does have a name on the plaque. but not always. the folks here have seen that sort of thing before. usually i think, okay, it's a fake. >> but this one had the feature -- >> straight away it just liked like. it's the color, it's the vibe brand color, the pinks and the purples, and renoir is nose for his broad brushstrokes. >> i don't think i've -- it hasn't hit me yet.
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>> here they have come across rare furniture, and ceremonial art, collectors and art historians may spend a lifetime searching and researches, and never find a work like this. >> she really found a needle in a haystack. >> the experts believe the painting was done back in 1879 and it would be you could for auction in campaignedia on september 29thth. >> how come no one i know actually does that? coming up, more cases and new worries about a deadly disease outbreak at yosemite. some students are banned from wearing an nfl jersey. it may be for their own safety. how about our weather, doug? >> looking very, very nice, but tomorrow we're talking about the [ romney ] this president can ask us to be patient.
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this president can tell us it was someone else's fault. but this president cannot tell us that you're better off today than when he took office. [ female announcer ] here in virginia, we're not better off under president obama. his defense cuts threaten over one hundred thirty thousand jobs, lowering home values, putting families at risk. the romney plan? tax cuts for middle class families. north american energy independence. create over three hundred forty thousand new jobs for virginia. [ romney ] i'm mitt romney and i approved this message.
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abut it'll become so much more. concrete and steel... [ romney ] i'm mitt romney a new world-class resort casino in prince george's county. two thousand construction jobs to build it. four thousand permanent, good-paying jobs when it's done. hundreds of millions for maryland schools... real oversight to make sure the money goes... where it's supposed to. but none of it will happen unless we vote for...
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question seven this november. vote for question seven. and help build a better future for maryland. a third person has died from a hantavirus infection sweeting yosemite national park. the latest victim is someone
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from west virginia, who visited the park back in june. yosemite has now expanded its warning to 22,000 visitors who may have been exposed between june and august. other suspected cases have been reported but not confirmed after an alert was issued. it's spread by rho dents. a city in massachusetts may be the first in the u.s. to ban the sale of individual plastic water bottles. the state's attorney general has signed off on a law to ban the sale in concord. if it goes forward, it would teak effect january 1st and prohibit the sale of sippingle-sevens water smallers smaller than 1 liter, and also include a fine. the bottle industry is planning to fight the law. the nfl season kicks off this weekend. students are banned from wearing the hottest jersey in town, at least wheel they're in school.
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him number 18 jersey is in the popul popular, but in the denver, 18 is also a gang symbol, students from first gra to high school are banned from wearing the numbers on their clothing. the rule is designed to stop the promotion of gangs and protect kids who don't know they are wearing a gang sign. >> it can be used to raise awareness, and we just don't want that in our schools. >> confrontations occurred frequently. >> the superintendent says his's a broncos fan and will be wearing his gear on sunday just like many students, but the jerseys won't be allowed on school grounds. >> did you wear your jersey? irs i did the i was photographed -- dg-3, yeah. >> brilliant. >> did you hear yours? >> i did not, because trust betold, it had vance's name on the back. >> we ordered them a long time
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ago. i didn't have the luxury of the schedule. we faked it. and you were a good sport. >> i'll be wearing mine. >> the real deal. coming up in sports, we're talking football, baseball, nationals continue to stay hot, but they were heated in more way than one last night. the overturns of bounty suspensions, what does it mean for the game on heavy load in america. but mitt romney plan, a middle class to $2,000 more a year in taxes. multi-millionaires like himself hits the middle class harder... bigger break. forward for america? this message.
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hello, everybody. i'm doug kammerer. it looks like at least one cloud that's now obscuring the city from the sun, but the sun will come out again over the next hour. so 86 degrees the kurpt temperature. dew point at 70, so our heat index still at 91. a very warm and humid atmosphere. mostly clear around our area, a few storms back to the west. that's where they will stay, but look what happens tomorrow. here's the frontal boundary. numerous thunderstorms back here. i do think we'll see a good chance of severe weather tomorrow. let's break it down for you, and taye you through tomorrow morning. no rain across or area, during
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the afternoon, around noon, storms will be to the west. it will be around 4:00, between 4:00 and 6:00, some of those storms will be strong. we'll continue to keep you updated. dan, we're nearing the end. if you have tickets, you timed it. >> you've got to hurry. see theman while you can. he has 15 wins, trying for 16 tonight. just two more starts for strasburg this year. the final start in about 15 minutes? 20 minutes or so. the nationals hosting the marlins. speaking of problems, the cubs had some issues with the nationals last night. here's when things got frisky. the nats up 7-2 in the fifth. bases loaded for jayson werth.
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bench coach none too happy at that. bo porter played football at iowa. i would not mess with him. that's when the benches cleared, the relievers are running in from the bull pens as well. lots of standing around. quirk was ejected, then luis castile comes in, and the kid is not going to take that junk. lots more pushing going on. morris is the biggest dude on the field. steve clefeninger getting into it. three players ejected. the nationals win in a rout 9-2. afterwards both teams' managers addressed the situation. >> their bench coach was yelling all kinds of things, you you
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know, swinging 3-on, blah blah blah, it was totally uncalled for. here in the fifth, in the pennant race, we're going to swing 3-0. if they want to quit conpeeting and forfeit, five, but we're going to keep competing. >> it's probably, you no know, one of the biggest butt whippings i've ever gotten in my career, as a coach or a player. i don't remember getting manhandled that bad in any kind of series i've ever been a part of. >> um-hmm, good times in baltimore. one of the greatest ever was honored last year. cal ripken came to camden yards. he had are statue dedicated last night. he's proud, bottom eighth, we're tied at six, adam jones with a
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home run. mark reynolds getting in on the action. a two-run shot, his second of the night. reynolds has three two-home run games against the yankees in the last week. the orioles wince 10-6 and regain a share of the a.l. east lead. you know, folks, the redskins have spent weeks game planning for the saints. today a twist. an appeals panel has overturned the suspensions for the four players involved in the bounty-gate scandal. two of those players are still with the saints. jonathan vilma month play because of a knee injury, but will smith will face the skins. however, things could change again. the league may try to impose another suspension on the players. whatever the kay mae be, nothing changes for the redskins defense.
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they still have to find a way to contain drew brees. it's going to be a stiff test for this defense, about you they feel like they're ready to take that next step. >> it's just continuing to get better. last year we were, what, 13. the third year we just want to continue to get better. >> we definitely want to move up to be one of the top five defenses. we've made a tremendous jump last year, with a bunch of new guys, including myself. >> we feel like we made some big strides last year. this year we're looking to make even bigger strides. we feel like we've got the right personnel to do some things. >> there he is. speaking of age, how about being 49 years old and still playing great golf. vijay singh trying to win his first tour event since 12008.
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rory mcelroy, the number one player in the world, in some trouble. he's at the base of the stands, but rory quickly gets out of the jam. there's a tasty little chip shot. nice and tight to set up a birdie. he's currently at 12 understand. tiger and rory in the same spot after two rounds, tiger on 17 hoar, a 30-footer for birdie. dare i say bird is the word? shoots a 5 understand, 67, also at 1200 in a three-way tie with mcelroy and ryan moore, all one shot behind the leader veal vail sing. we would be remind if we didn't tau college. maryland taking on temple. i'm not a bedding man, but i do tend to look at the lines.
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savannah state, a 70 1/2 point underdog. >> i've never heard of anything like that. >> injures a wee bit of a mismatch. maybe because they lost 84-0 last week. vegas knows what they're doing. hmm, it says here that cheerios helps lower cholesterol as part of a heart healthy diet. that's true. ...but you still have to go to the gym. ♪ the one and only, cheerios
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this president can tell us it was someone else's fault. but this president cannot tell us that you're better off today than when he took office. [ female announcer ] here in virginia, we're not better off under president obama. his defense cuts threaten over one hundred thirty thousand jobs, lowering home values, putting families at risk. the romney plan? tax cuts for middle class families. north american energy independence. create over three hundred forty thousand new jobs for virginia. [ romney ] i'm mitt romney and i approved this message.
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but it makes millions off west marylanders every year. [ romney ] i'm mitt romney now they're running dishonest ads. why? because voting for question seven is a vote to build a... world-class resort casino in maryland. creating thousands of jobs and... ...according to the official department of legislative... services, hundreds of millions for our schools. while saving taxpayer money by cutting casino subsidies. question seven. good jobs and better schools in maryland. not west virginia.
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developments right now about a story we've been following for you out of philadelphia. the suspect in yesterday's air terror scare has now been released from jail. his name is kenneth smith jr., charged with falsely claiming that christopher shell was carrying a liquid explosive on a flight to texas. shell was pulled off that plane. investigators discovered the two men are involved in a lovers' triangle. smith faces ten years in prison if convicted. coming up tonight a news4 at 11:00, a mother murdered, her body dumped in a creek. tonight new details about the suspect that's been arrested. plus we're in annapolis as dematha football players hit the field in the wake of that prostitution scandal. and save one family's unique
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gift to flyers for tolerating their babies on a cross-country trip. that's gotting to a good gift. >> earplugs? >> you're right. our weather tonight will be really nice. you're looking at fantastic conditions, get out there, enjoy them if you can. we're going to go through a little window of about as hour in most locations. just take a look back to the west. you can see the line of storms forming from pittsburgh back down through ohio, indiana, illinois, big-time thunderstorms moving our way during the day tomorrow. i think the timing will be between 4:00 and 6:00 for the metro area, a bit earlier to the west along the i-81 corridor, a bit later to the east. be on the lookout. we are going to see that chance for strong storms here. as far as the temperatures go, 87 tomorrow, and then just some fantastic weather behind it, so that's some great news there.
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watch out for the storms, and then it's beautiful. >> thank you, doug. pope benedict is going green, the first electric car added to his fleet. it was a gift from the french automaker renault. it was custom made for the pope with folding steps to make it easier to enter and exit, and the papal coat of arms is painted on the side. he's been nicknamed the green pope because of his concern for the environment. he
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anncr: it'll start out as concrete and steel... but it'll become so much more. a new world-class resort casino in prince george's county. two thousand construction jobs to build it. four thousand permanent, good-paying jobs when it's done. hundreds of millions for maryland schools... real oversight to make sure the money goes...
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where it's supposed to. but none of it will happen unless we vote for... question seven this november. vote for question seven. and help build a better future for maryland. prcandidate is more likely toion return us to full employment. this is a clear choice. the republican plan is to cut more taxes on upper-income... people and go back to deregulation. that's what got us in trouble in the first place. president obama has a plan to rebuild america from... the ground up, investing in innovation, education... and job training. it only works if there is a strong middle class. that's what happened when i was president. we need to keep going with his plan. president obama: i'm barack obama and... i approve this message.


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